i tried to retrieve the negative from a fp100b photo, like i have successfully done in the past with fp100c shots, and this is the resulting image. somehow the negative (which should have been b&w) has taken on these unexpected colours and uneven bright patches. i havent done any photoshop work on this except for inverting the negative to make it a positive. it's interesting if nothing else. the scan from the photo itself is here if you want to compare the two http://www.lomography.com/homes/juxtimon/photos/12616476Taken by juxtimon with a pinholaroid (home made pinhole polaroid camera) loaded with fuji fp100b film in birmingham, United Kingdom. These tags describe this photo: skulls, pinholaroid, pinhole, weird, and polaroid. This photo can also be found in the album Pinhole Shots.
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